Sharon V. Betcher
Given our planet’s amassing cities, social infrastructure— corporeal generosity displacing fear— becomes as important as technological infrastructure. Spirit and the Obligation of Social Flesh analytically engages the human challenges and promises of contemporary urban life, offering meditative practices for ethical coexistence, for navigating the affective dynamics that animate the streets of our cities. Here theology turns decidedly secular, addressing those who simultaneously sense a dislocation from particular faith ... Read more
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